We’ll admit that FPV drone footage can be a bit much some days. But…when Remy Metailler and FPV magician Gabriel Kocher (@gab707_fpv) teamed up to capture the gnarliest lines around Squamish, they pretty much re-defined what’s possible with the technology. Of course, Metailler’s riding is always next-level, but the video-game-like follow cam really lends itself well to capturing the details.
When Carson Storch and Johny Salido stopped by the Esperanto World Premiere back in June, they mentioned that they had just come one of the mostly wildly fun few days of their lives. That’s what the Cam Zink Invitational is all about – getting together with a whole crew of your buddies to shred bikes, motos, and have a plain old good time. Just outside Reno, Nevada, Zink has built a 169-acre compound to act as homebase for the madness, and the crew of 30 got together to compete for a winner,
The language of Esperanto was meant to connect the world, much like how bikes form a common thread no matter what language you speak. For our film we traveled to some of the lesser known riding destinations in search of that connection. Down in Ecuador, on one of the first trips for the film, that connection couldn’t have been clearer. Our crew was made of native Spanish, German, Belgian, French, and English speakers, but despite the language barriers, the joy of ripping down a mountain on
Style is one of those things that transcends mediums, and master of style himself Ryan ‘R-Dog’ Howard certainly knows to pull his inspiration from. In this case, it’s one of his new favorite songs, “Run Horse Run” by American country and blues singer Charley Crockett. On a riding roadtrip north into the loamy woods of the West Coast, R-Dog was listening to the album on repeat – and the cowboy vibes surely show off in his riding.